Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Prison in Boy Kidnapping and Sex Case - Updated

(Tucson, Arizona) Thirty-four-year-old Denise Philpott admitted to kidnapping the 15-year-old boy from the group home, taking him across state lines, and having sex with him.

As a consequence, she was sentenced to five years in prison.

Philpott was also ordered to participate in sex offender counseling, receive mental health treatment and register as a sex offender.

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Woman Kidnaps Boy Sex-Toy
[Previous 7/5/06 post]
(Tucson, Arizona) Here's a different slant on the woman-with-boy sex story.

From azstarnet.com:
A 32-year-old Sierra Vista woman was arrested on charges that she kidnapped a 15-year-old boy and took him to Indiana while being involved in a sexual relationship with him, officials said.

Denise Green, also known as Denise Philpott, took a boy who was living at Ohana House, a group home for teenagers in Sierra Vista, to Martinsville, Ind., west of Indianapolis, said agent Deborah McCarley, an FBI spokeswoman.

It is believed that Green met the boy last year while she was working as a behavioral-health technician at the group home, said Sandy Raynor, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Phoenix. It was while she worked there that she began a sexual relationship with the boy, McCarley said.

On June 14, Green reportedly took the boy and her four children to Indiana by car. The boy was reported missing that evening.
Apparently, behavioral-health technology has something to do with engaging in sex with teen boys. That's a new one on me. I imagine we'll hear more about Denise Green, aka Philpott, as the story develops.

In the meantime, Green/Philpott is in federal custody on a measly $1,000 bond. If convicted of kidnapping, she faces 20 years to life in prison.

Tip: Don Morgenstern

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